During mountain and cold warfare training in Norway, these Royal Marines undergo a unique training ritual. Without spoiling the video, I will recommend listening for these words from the Royal Marine Instructor Cadre: “Control, Confidence, Humor, Character.” Training scenarios such as this one develop these traits: Control – Confidence – Humor
This primitive oven uses fire, rocks, raw meat, and a few improvised natural tools. I prefer a similar technique, using a cast iron dutch oven. A shovel is helpful in this type of project, as well, for moving coals and hot rocks. The end product looks delicious. Falling off of
I am a fan of the Log Cabin fire. Have you tried either of these?
Learning to carry a heavy ruck can be a confidence-builder and can reveal latent abilities that a person may not have known about. See how these guys train to carry a ruck and a weapon. Also see The Three Day Ruck Rule for more about heavy rucking. Enjoy!
This short but thorough Review considers: the Country Living Grain Mill; the Wondermill Wonder Jr; the Wondermill Electric; the Family Grain Mill; the Komo Grain Mill line; and the Victorio Deluxe. A quality grinder will enhance your long-term food storage strategy.
Ever wanted to learn to track? This introductory video shows a great way to start as it lists basic, inexpensive equipment that will help and methods of using it. For more in-depth information, I recommend Tom Brown’s book, The Science and Art of Tracking.
See how to construct a squirrel pole using line or wire for snares. When hiking or taking a walk through the neighborhood, look for possible sites where this technique may work.
This 4 Block Rocket Stove constructs quickly and burns hot. So hot that this guy burned his sandwich!
Interesting tests of an M16 A1 vs an AK-74, conducted by Russian Armed Forces.